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Info on a Scott 16

Started this discussion. Last reply by David C. Poland Sep 7, 2019. 19 Replies

Hello all!I'm new to the group but I have recently acquired a scott 16 in fantastic shape and a scott phantom deluxe in not so great shape. I can find alot of info on my phantom deluxe but barely…Continue

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Sep 17, 2019
David C. Poland replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"The later production Model 16's have a hum adjustment pot on the amp near the rectifier tubes."
Sep 7, 2019
Robert Feenstra replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"I "scan the bands" periodically with mine and also listen to some AM broadcasts on.  They are excellent radios.  Eventually I'll get my Acousticraft cabinet restored so that I can get the radio and speaker in their proper…"
Sep 7, 2019
Harley replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"Well last night I finished the last few .05 caps, the 2 MFD can, and the can with the 4 .5 caps in it.  Sensitivity is just amazing with this set and my wavemagnet antenna.  There was a slight hum that wouldnt go away until reading about…"
Sep 7, 2019
David C. Poland replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"yes - 465 KC per Scott documentation. Select INFO ARCHIVE at top of this page, then select SET FOLDERS, and select 16-18 (for the model 16). Review and/or print the Service Manual. If you don't have the owner's instruction manual, print it…"
Sep 6, 2019
Tom Harris replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"I am not sure if my post actually worked, but I got my Model16 up and running, just needs alignment.Serial # JJ-176, Acoustacraft also, same cabinet as my Phantom. Is the I F frequency 465kc? Thanks Next is the Allwave I have  with a great…"
Sep 5, 2019
Tom Harris replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"Hi all, this is Tom , northern California. I also have Scotts, a Phantom, a model 16, and an Allwave. The Phantom is all done and works well except a hum that I need to find. I just finished the Model16 and am ready to align it. Is it also 465kc for…"
Sep 5, 2019
Harley replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"Hi Kent, The serial number is CC233"
Aug 30, 2019
Kent King replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"What is the serial number of your set? I'd like to add it to the data we have. Thanks! Kent"
Aug 30, 2019
Harley replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"Thank you guys for all the help!   Luckily my OT seems to be ok.  I rarely come across Scott sets and usually when I do its just a chassis so I couldn't pass up this console when I found it!  This thing is one of my favorite…"
Aug 30, 2019
Robert Feenstra replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"I measured my original belt and then ordered 3 around that length and found the 8.8" to work perfectly.  Hopefully it will work for yours as well. My output transformer had been replace with some universal transformer  that, no doubt…"
Aug 29, 2019
David C. Poland replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"Yes on the 4 caps @ .5 mfd. 2 @ 200 volts and 2 @ 400 volts.  The metal box is ground. I cut the wires near the box. Used Dremel tool to cut the box open on one side. Melted out the contents (messy). I just used 630 volt film caps @ .47 mfd.…"
Aug 29, 2019
Robert Feenstra replied to Harley's discussion Info on a Scott 16
"If you look at the schematic, you'll see 4 .5 mfd caps around the 1st AF.  According to the photos I took of mine during disassembly, these are the 4 caps that are in the can.  I used all 630 volt, .47 mfd film caps."
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